The track reignited beef between Swift and West
Swift had previously claimed to have not known about the song’s lyrics prior to its release. West’s track includes the lines: “I feel like me and Taylor Swift might still have sex. Why? I made that bitch famous.”
However, Kardashian leaked a phone call last week showing Swift seemingly enthusing over the first line, while not being informed about the latter.
Following the fall-out from the phone call leak, Kardashian posted a video to Snapchat of herself and reality show producer Carla DiBello rapping along to the controversial ‘Famous’ lyrics. Watch below.
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Kardashian was also pictured with Swift’s ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris over the weekend.
Meanwhile, it has emerged that Swift can’t sue West and Kardashian over the leaked phone call.
Despite the call seemingly leaking without Swift’s permission, it has emerged that local California privacy laws mean that Swift will be unable to take any action against West or his wife.
Swift appeared unaware that her conversation with West was being taped, and California law states that releasing “confidential communication” online is illegal. However, that law does not apply if the conversation “may be overheard” – and the full conversation between West and Swift sees other parties, including leading producer Rick Rubin join the couple’s discussions.